When I first read this book, I was skeptical. I'd had iced coffee before at places like Starbucks, but I was uncertain that the complex process of cooling down hot coffee was something best left to the experts. However, after reading through this book several times, I came to realize that I, too, had the skills necessary to ice my own coffee. All it took was this book, some bravery, and a little bit of gusto, and before I knew it I had a nice, cool glass of coffee ready to drink. Now, be warned that you'll need to practice this book's methods several times in a safe environment away from anything that can easily catch fire. Have no doubt, you WILL singe your eyebrows off, so wear protective face wear (like a welder's mask or similar). Also, keep the kids away while you're at it, at the very least so they don't get hurt, but also so they don't learn the secret magic you're applying to your coffee.
All in all, this is a surprisingly good guide that changed my life forever. No longer will I have to choke down hot coffee on a hot day, or pay a premium at a local coffee shop for colder coffee. Now, I can simply make my own iced coffee at home like the pros do. I'm actually thinking of opening up a coffee shop because of this book. Cross your fingers for me!